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Can you cook pancakes in the oven

For Detail: Yes, i do use pancake mix and i was just wondering if its bake-able because im trying to cut down on all oils though i use vegetable oil (it's healthier than others) i would rather see what its like baked instead of fried, i never really tried it because i thought i might have set the house on fire trying to act over genius. So, is it yay or nay?

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Using the oven is a huge hassle just for pancakes. Use Olive oil spray, which is way more healthy than vegie oil,

From a web site:
A lot of people seem to think that anything labeled as "vegetable oil" is good for you. NOT A SHOT!

Most of what is labeled as "vegetable oil" is simply heavily refined soybean oil (processed under high heat, pressure, and industrial solvents, such as hexane)... sometimes perhaps it may also be heavily refined cottonseed, safflower, corn, grapeseed, or other oils too.

In most instances, almost all of these processed oils are NOT HEALTHY for you. I'll explain why below...

If you buy processed food or deep fried food, you can usually be certain that these unhealthy oils are used to prepare your foods (or worse, it may use hydrogenated versions of these oils... aka - trans fats).

You may have even bought some of these oils for your own cooking or baking at home.

The problem with soybean oil, cottonseed oil, corn oil, grapeseed oil, safflower oil, and other similar oils is that they are mostly composed of polyunsaturated fats (the most highly reactive type of fat) which leaves them prone to oxidation and free radical production when exposed to heat and light.

Processed polyunsaturated oils are the most inflammatory inside our bodies because of their high reactivity to heat and light. This inflammation is what causes many of our internal problems such as heart disease, diabetes, and other degenerative diseases.
Choices for top healthy cooking oils:
Virgin Coconut Oil
Extra Virgin Olive Oil (only for low temp cooking)
Real Butter (grass fed if possible)

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Your comment had zero information on how to cook pancakes in the oven.
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I don't think you can

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use "i cant believe its not butter" just get a napkin and put a teaspoon of butter on it and spead . thats how i do them. but i think u could bake it too

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You could but you could have a hard time to getting the pancakes out in time since the oven cooks faster....and you'd be using extra electricity to do that. For safety reasons I would say on the stove.

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I'm not sure, I'm really only answering this because I read your profile and you seem cool, sorry if it sounds stalkerish, but if you'd like to talk and get to know each other you should reply and post on my page.

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that's fine :)
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Just use cooking spray like Pam in the pan on the stove

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No! Pancakes are to be solely cooked in a frying pan! Pretty easy to do. Definitely don't mess with the oven - won't work!

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Why not get a fire extinguisher and do a short test. Then increase the time till you get it to work.

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Use Pam or spread a little I Can't Believe It's Not Butter (which I use) or use a non-stick skillet, but some fat makes it taste better. To experiment, drop some batter on a cookie sheet at 350 and check every 5 minutes, more often as it starts to cook. You won't burn down the house unless you wander off and forget the oven's on. But that's easier to do (set fire) on top of the stove.

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Hence pan-cake:p

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